Compile Heart teases new RPG with fictional pixel game End Quest gameplay video

Actual announcement due out in next week's issue of Famitsu.

End Quest

Compile Heart has opened a teaser website for a new game.

The website features a video of Compile Heart marketing staff Kazuki Maruyama and game developer Youhei Sato playing a game called End Quest, which they call Compile Heart’s latest RPG.

At one point, the video begins to bug out, the keyword “derq” (which is in the URL to the teaser website) flashes on screen, and the Compile Heart staffers end up collapsed on the desk and floor with a Blue Screen of Death on the monitor where the game was being played. Further distortion ensues, followed by what appears to be a skull and a man in a suit.

The video ends with the text, “This video is fiction. Information concerning our actual new RPG will be released in Weekly Famitsu (due out on June 29).” Information from that issue will likely leak on June 27 in the early morning, New York time.

Watch the video below.

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